Wilmot, Nova Scotia man charged with weapons, drug charges following disturbance

Wilmot, Nova Scotia – Kingston RCMP have charged a Wilmot man with weapons and drug offences following a disturbance.

On February 23 at approximately 10:40 a.m., Kingston RCMP were contacted about a disturbance outside an organization on Main St. in Kingston. It was reported that a man had been yelling from inside a vehicle at two women who were standing outside. The man then fled the scene.

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As a result of an investigation, police learned that the suspect had breached his undertaking and was arrestable. Police immediately began searching for the suspect.

On February 24 at approximately 8:03 a.m., an off duty member of Middleton Detachment spotted the suspect walking along Hwy. 1 in Wilmot. The officer reported this to dispatch and on-duty officers from Kingston Detachment immediately responded to the scene, where they arrested the accused without incident. The accused was found to be in possession of a pellet handgun, methamphetamine and counterfeit money.

Stephen Alan Dorey, 37, of Wilmot, was remanded to custody and will appear today in New Minas Provincial Court. Dorey is facing the following charges:

Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose

Possession of Counterfeit Money

Possession of Methamphetamine

Two counts of Failure to Comply with an Undertaking

The investigation is ongoing.

Files: 2021-244943, 2021-240694

Kingston RCMP

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